Angioneurotic Swelling continued

Case of angioneurotic swelling with fatty liver and HBA1C 6.1 His pulse was 52 per min, so I ordered an ECG No history of weight gain Kindly give your valuable suggestions

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Sinus bradycardia, LAD, LAFB, prominent q wave in leadv1,2, possibly old septal Wall m i, poor r progression, low voltage tracing mainly in limb leads. Needs proper h/o to conclude DX,Rx, adv further investigation CBC, Bs-f,pp, electrolyts, Cal,mg, Lipid profile, TFT, LFT, CXR PA view, USG whole abd,if required then ECHO. Decide Rx accordingly.
Ecg hr 60/mt.no significant st segment or t wave changes
Sinus Brady no st t changes
Looking sinus bradycardia
NSR sinus bradycardia
Thanx dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Siinus bradycardia
Sinus bradycardia
There are prominent Q waves in lead III, aVF and V2, V3 , which may point to past ischaemic event There is QT interval prolongation - 400 ms
sinus bradycardia

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